|Mr Terrific unaired pilot pt. I, II, and III|
Alan Young, actor from Mr. Ed, stars in this unaired pilot for a CBS series of weakling who takes a pill and becomes a superhero. Edward Andrews plays his chief. The series was conceived by Edward Montagne, creator of McHale's Navy. The pilot was scraped because of Alan Young general dislike of the character and the series' idea as well so it was remade entirely with a new cast.
Keywords: Terriffic-Alan Young-Unaired pilot
|Alan Young Show 51 Eps|
(51 Episodes) "The Alan Young Show" was a 30 minute situation comedy that ran from 1944 thru 1949. In 1944, Canadian actor Alan Young was hired away from the Canadian Broadcasting Company (CBC) radio, by NBC Radio, as a summer replacement for "The Eddie Cantor Show.' Young switched to ABC in late '44, (October 03 1944 - June 28 1946), eventually returning to NBC in the fall of '46 Sept. 20, 1946-July 05, 1949) to complete "The Alan Young Show" program run...
Keywords: Old Time Radio; Alan Young; The Alan Young Show; OTR Sitcom
Downloads: 4,713 (2 reviews)
|''The Alan Young Show'' - 18 April 1950|
An episode of the comedy-variety series "The Alan Young Show". Highlights include the closing sketch, which features William Frawley. Also of note is a song performance by Monica Lewis. Lowlights include the rather odd "Reading of the Will" sketch.
Keywords: Classic TV; Early Television; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Alan Young; The Alan Young Show
Downloads: 1,344 (1 review)
|1951 Episode of ''The Alan Young Show''|
A 1951 episode of the Emmy-winning variety series "The Alan Young Show". This episode includes a sketch about two people who meet at their doors, and a sketch about a department store. Complete with original advertising and rare network ID (my first upload with the network ID in ages!). Not the best show you'll ever see, but quite charmingly dated.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Old; Vintage; Retro; Alan Young; Mr Ed; Mister Ed; Dated; The Alan Young Show
Downloads: 2,066 (2 reviews)
|Lost Voices Podcast #001 - Rich Meyer|
A podcast devoted to programs of the golden age of old-time radio, featuring commentary by ebook author Rich Meyer. This podcast features episodes of Leo Diamond and his Harmonaires and The Alan Young Show.
Keywords: Lost Voices; Rich Meyer; Leo Diamond; Alan Young; Old Time Radio; OTR
|Mr ED "Wilbur Gets The Message... About Payroll Savings!" - Arthur Lubin|
Rare lost episode of Mr Ed. One of only two episodes that are in the Public Domain. This episode is, essentially, an episode length public service announcement on behalf of the US treasury. Wilbur and Mr Ed extol the virtues of payroll saving plans and their benefits for the American way of life. Alan Young (Wilbur), Connie Hines (Carol), Mr Ed (Mr Ed), George O'Hanlon (The Electrician) Directed by Arthur Lubin IMDB page
Keywords: Classic TV; Mr Ed; Alan Young; Public Service Announcement; Bonds; Payroll; Rare; Lost Episode
Downloads: 8,289 (2 reviews)
|''The Alan Young Show'' - Retake of Monica Lewis segment|
During the 18 April 1950 episode of "The Alan Young Show", there was background noise during the Monica Lewis segment. Since the episode was only broadcast live on a few west coast stations, it was decided to re-do the segment, and edit it into the kinescope shown in the rest of the US. Here is that re-take, which includes the clapperboard at the beginning.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Early Television; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; The Alan Young Show; Monica Lewis
|The Tom Gulley Show-2/15/13 My Casino Caper - Tom Gulley|
We're truly honored tonight to present My Casino Caper--with Edd Byrnes, Alan Young, David Hedison, and Henry Silva. Our good friend Paul Kyriazi masterfully directed this audio book and has graciously shared it with us tonight! Check out Paul's other motion picture quality audio books at PaulKyriazi.com!
Keywords: The Tom Gulley Show; Paul Kyriazi; My Casino Caper; Edd Byrnes; Alan Young; David Hedison; Henry Silva
|Starlog Magazine Issue 132|
Keywords: star; postage; trek; starlog; tamblyn; movie; george; science; willow; star trek; science fiction; special effects; roger rabbit; park avenue; george pal; alan young; star wars; paramount pictures; los angeles